Lisa Eichhorn

Lisa Eichhorn

Her work on American TV has been sporadic. Eichhorn made her TV-movie debut in the celebrated 1982 CBS production of "The Wall" as a Jewish woman in the Warsaw ghetto who participates in the uprising and survives to reach freedom. She was a CIA operative in the USA Network movie, "Pride and Extreme Prejudice" (1990), and although she had never been on a primetime series as a regular, Eichhorn did appear on the ABC daytime drama "All My Children" as Elizabeth Carlyle in 1987. Eichhorn has made memorable guest appearances on "Miami Vice," "The Equalizer" and two separate episodes of "Law & Order." Additionally, she has worked on stage: as Ophelia in "Hamlet," Rosalind in "As You Like It" and Nora in "A Doll's House" in England; and in "The Hasty Heart," "The Common Pursuit" and "The Speed of Darkness" in the US.


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